Autumn Iris - SOLD!
8 x 10 watercolor
I spent the Summer redesigning some of my garden beds which meant moving plants around, replanting and giving some away. But for my Iris plants I held onto as many as I could and spread them around my garden in the front and back garden area. I received these from my neighbor not long after I moved in and they always produced a second bloom for her and not for me till this year! Even though they did well in the shade area where I had them they needed more sun for that second bloom. So since I moved them to a more sunny location I was blessed and gifted with their second bloom.
I also felt I was given a second chance to paint these beautiful Iris spikes. So I decided to use the watercolor paper I mounted in the video a few blog post back. You can see the video here.
I am really liking this idea of mounting the paper before I paint. The paper stays flat and I can pick up the mounted paper to let the color run on the surface. Now so far I have been mounting small sizes. The largest I have done so far is 20 x 10 inches.
Now to decide on a frame which for me seems to be a difficult decision at times. If you are interested in this painting leave a comment or contact me for pricing. Thank you.
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